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Aberavon AM David Rees urges households to ‘Stay Warm This Winter’

With cold weather setting in, local AM David Rees, is urging residents to make sure their homes are prepared for the winter. Each year, around than 1.3 million homes across Britain experience a boiler breakdown and a new study shows that 34 per cent of households didn’t have their boiler serviced in 2019 – putting

High street retailers to get support with their rates bills.

Aberavon AM, David Rees, has welcomed the Welsh Labour Government’s announcement that High street businesses and other retailers across Aberavon will continue to receive help with their rate bills again this year. The Welsh Government is investing £24.2m to enhance and extend its high street rates relief scheme in 2020-21. Around 15,000 small and medium

Statement on the announcement by Tata of 1000 job losses in the UK

Tonight Tata announced that 1000 of the proposed 3000 job losses across Europe will be in the UK. Once again they have given no detail as to where those job losses would be, how many would be blue collar workers or how many would be white collar workers. This approach to industrial relations is appalling

David Rees calls for brain injury recovery to be prioritised in Wales

David Rees, AM for Aberavon, joined Emilia Clarke’s charity SameYou for their launch in Wales earlier this month, backing the call for neurorehabilitation support to be propelled to the forefront of the health agenda in Wales. On Tuesday, 5th November at the Senedd, policy makers and practitioners learned of the alarming number of brain injuries